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A large continuous roll of paper, such as newsprint, either in the process of manufacture or as it is fed into a web press.
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  1. A large continuous roll of paper, such as newsprint, either in the process of manufacture or as it is fed into a web press.
  2. Something intricately contrived, especially something that ensnares or entangles:
  3. A latticed or woven structure:
An openwork fabric or structure; a net or network:
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  1. An openwork fabric or structure; a net or network:
  2. Any of the open spaces of a net, screen, sieve, etc.: a 50-mesh screen is one with 50 such open spaces per linear inch
  3. A structure of interlocking metal links
A design resembling such ornamentation:
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  1. A design resembling such ornamentation:
  2. Any delicate work or design like this
  3. Delicate and intricate ornamental work made from gold, silver, or other fine twisted wire.
(Biology) The process of crossbreeding; hybridization.
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  1. (Biology) The process of crossbreeding; hybridization.
  2. The act of passing across, thwarting, interbreeding, etc.
  3. A place where a railroad line, street, river, etc. may be crossed
A piece, as of land, usually a specific part of a large acreage or estate
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  1. A piece, as of land, usually a specific part of a large acreage or estate
  2. A group or company; a pack:
  3. A group or collection; pack; bunch
A large sum of money:
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  1. A large sum of money:
  2. A bunch, collection, or group
  3. A number of things tied, wrapped, or otherwise held together
A unified body of matter with no specific shape:
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  1. A unified body of matter with no specific shape:
  2. A lump or aggregate of coherent material:
  3. A measure of the amount of matter contained in or constituting a physical body. In classical mechanics, the mass of an object is related to the force required to accelerate it and hence is related to its inertia , and is essential to Newton's laws of motion . Objects that have mass interact with each other through the force of gravity . In Special Relativity, the observed mass of an object is dependent on its velocity with respect to the observer, with higher velocity entailing higher observed mass. Mass is measured in many different units; in most scientific applications, the SI unit of kilogram is used.
An archer's quiver.
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  1. An archer's quiver.
  2. A bundle of cut stalks of grain or similar plants bound with straw or twine.
  3. A collection of things gathered together; bundle, as of papers
(--- Baseball) The World Series.
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  1. (--- Baseball) The World Series.
  2. A number of things produced as a related group; set, as of books or television programs, related in subject, format, etc., or dealing with the same characters
  3. (Physics & Chemistry) A group of objects related by linearly varying successive differences in form or configuration:
A thin, loosely woven surgical dressing, usually made of cotton.
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  1. A thin, loosely woven surgical dressing, usually made of cotton.
  2. A thin, loosely woven cloth usually of cotton, used for dressings, bandages, and absorbent sponges.
  3. Any very thin, light, transparent, loosely woven material, as of cotton or silk
Something that is light, delicate, or sheer, such as fabric.
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  1. Something that is light, delicate, or sheer, such as fabric.
  2. (Former) A lightweight waterproof coat
  3. A very thin, soft, filmy cloth
Ornamental accessories, such as ribbons or laces, for women's clothing.
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  1. Ornamental accessories, such as ribbons or laces, for women's clothing.
  2. Ribbons, laces, etc. used as accessories to a woman's dress
  3. A plain-woven fabric of sheer silk, cotton, or rayon.
A string, ribbon, etc. used to draw together and fasten the parts of a shoe, corset, etc. by being drawn through eyelets or over hooks
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  1. A string, ribbon, etc. used to draw together and fasten the parts of a shoe, corset, etc. by being drawn through eyelets or over hooks
  2. A delicate fabric made of yarn or thread in an open weblike pattern.
  3. A fine netting or openwork fabric of cotton, polyester, etc., woven in ornamental designs
A silky filamentous material spun by a spider or an insect such as a webspinner.
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  1. A silky filamentous material spun by a spider or an insect such as a webspinner.
  2. A substance similar to the silk of the silkworm but produced by other insect larvae or by spiders to spin webs.
  3. A distinctive silk uniform, as of a jockey
A congenital condition apparent when adjacent structures are joined by a broad band of tissue not normally present.
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  1. A congenital condition apparent when adjacent structures are joined by a broad band of tissue not normally present.
  2. A sturdy woven fabric
  3. A strong, tough fabric, as of jute or cotton, woven in strips and used for belts, in upholstery, etc.
Movies collectively, especially when considered as an art form.
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  1. Movies collectively, especially when considered as an art form.
  2. A sheet or roll of a flexible cellulose material coated with an emulsion sensitive to light and used to capture an image for a photograph or film
  3. A thin covering or coating:
Any thin, flexible layer or material designed to separate, filter, etc.
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  1. Any thin, flexible layer or material designed to separate, filter, etc.
  2. A thin, flexible layer of tissue that covers, lines, separates, or connects cells or parts of an organism. Membranes are usually made of layers of phospholipids containing suspended protein molecules and are permeable to water and fat-soluble substances.
  3. A thin, pliable sheet or layer of natural or synthetic material:
(Botany) A simple plant tissue, composed of thin-walled cells and forming the greater part of leaves, roots, the pulp of fruit, and the pith of stems.
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  1. (Botany) A simple plant tissue, composed of thin-walled cells and forming the greater part of leaves, roots, the pulp of fruit, and the pith of stems.
  2. (Anatomy) The tissue characteristic of an organ, as distinguished from associated connective or supporting tissues.
  3. The basic tissue of plants, consisting of cells with thin cellulose walls. The cortex and pith of the stem, the internal layers of leaves, and the soft parts of fruits are made of parenchyma. In contrast to sclerenchyma cells, parenchyma cells remain alive at maturity. They perform various functions, such as water storage, replacement of damaged tissue, and physical support of plant structures. Chloroplasts, the organelles in which photosynthesis takes place, are found in parenchyma cells.
A type of plant tissue consisting of elongated cells with tapering ends, occurring in supporting and conducting tissue.
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  1. A type of plant tissue consisting of elongated cells with tapering ends, occurring in supporting and conducting tissue.
  2. A tissue of thick-walled, elongated cells without much protoplasm, found in some plants
A type of connective tissue that contains stored cellular fat.
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  1. A type of connective tissue that contains stored cellular fat.
(Botany, phytotomy) The xylem, phloem, and associated tissues in a vascular plant.
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  1. (Botany, phytotomy) The xylem, phloem, and associated tissues in a vascular plant.
  2. (Bot.) Tissue composed of the xylem and phloem ducts that carry water and food through any of the vascular plants
  3. The tissue in vascular plants that circulates fluid and nutrients. There are two kinds of vascular tissue: xylem , which conducts water and nutrients up from the roots, and phloem , which distributes food from the leaves to other parts of the plant. Vascular tissue can be primary (growing from the apical meristem and elongating the plant body) or secondary (growing from the cambium and increasing stem girth). Seedless plants, and nearly all monocotyledons and herbaceous eudicotyledons, have only primary vascular tissue. The evolution of vascular tissue, especially xylem with its rigid water-conducting cells known as tracheids , provided the plant stem with greater support and allowed plants to grow upright to great heights.
Tissue found throughout the body, serving to bind together and support other tissues and organs: it includes various kinds of fibrous tissue, fat, bone, and cartilage
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  1. Tissue found throughout the body, serving to bind together and support other tissues and organs: it includes various kinds of fibrous tissue, fat, bone, and cartilage
(Neurology) The principal constituent of the central and peripheral nervous system comprising of neurons and neuroglia cells.
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  1. (Neurology) The principal constituent of the central and peripheral nervous system comprising of neurons and neuroglia cells.
A sheet of soft tissue paper used for cleansing, as a handkerchief, etc.
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  1. A sheet of soft tissue paper used for cleansing, as a handkerchief, etc.
Soft, absorbent paper, usually in a roll, for use in cleaning oneself after evacuation
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  1. Soft, absorbent paper, usually in a roll, for use in cleaning oneself after evacuation
(Radio, TV) A chain of transmitting stations linked by cable, microwave relay, satellite, etc., usually sharing the same programs
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  1. (Radio, TV) A chain of transmitting stations linked by cable, microwave relay, satellite, etc., usually sharing the same programs
  2. A company that produces programs to be broadcast over such a network
  3. (Computing) Multiple computers and other devices connected together to share information
(Comput., proper) World Wide Web
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  1. (Comput., proper) World Wide Web
  2. Something intricately contrived, especially something that ensnares or entangles:
  3. A complex, interconnected structure or arrangement:
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